About Me

Hi, I’m Kimby!  Thanks for visiting my blog, and I hope you find it helpful.  Here’s a little bit about me…

Traveling is my #1 passion in life. My goal is to visit all 7 continents. Yes, that includes Antarctica, and I am going in 2023!! I have wanted to be an actor/model since I was a child. I started singing publicly and made my first TV appearance at age 6!  At the age of 8, I dissected a cow heart in school and my love of science and cardiology was born.  I decided I wanted to be a heart surgeon and worked hard to master every science course possible to prepare for Medical School.  I have 2 Bachelor’s Degrees from Auburn University (each Pre-med: Biomedical Sciences and Zoology) and a Master’s Degree from University of Florida in Forensic Science (DNA & Serology). Unfortunately, Medical School did not happen for me, and after my near-death experience, I made the decision to go back to my first love of acting/modeling.   

Little did I know that my passion for cardiology would come full circle for me.  My life was miraculously saved on June 17, 2014, after I suffered a massive heart attack following gall bladder surgery. Follow me on this new journey of health, medicine, spirituality, and life.

I hope to inspire young women with my story.  Please read my first blog post titled “My Story”.  

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  1. Enjoy your blog!!! To make your heart smile check out the following:

    The song is on iTunes J.W. Cudd. All profits go to the American Heart Assoc. Plz share

    On Facebook. Jwcudd.com

    • Thank you so much for visiting my blog, and I’m so glad you enjoy it! I checked out your video, and I love your song! I also checked out your Facebook page and will be sure to share it with my followers. So glad that the proceeds go to AHA! You are doing wonderful work!

    • Thank you so much for checking out my blog! The hospital I was at was baffled that I was 38 and having a massive heart attack, but I think it is so important to make men and women aware that it can happen at any age. It’s not just an old man’s disease like many people think.

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